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MATH168L5

This lecture covers integer variables and modeling of combinatorial problems with integer variables. The example used GRAPH MATCHING.

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1.3 Why Assess?

This video is part of the A.C.T. Assessment Course developed by the Center for Educational Effectiveness. A.C.T. is a fully asynchronous, self-paced course open to all UC Davis faculty, instructors,…

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ECS-036A: 2023-05-31 13:07

ECS-036A Lecture 2023-05-31 at 13:07

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Lecture 3 - History of Planet Earth - ESM 120 (Winter 2023)

Lecture 3. Carl Sagan once stated, “We’re made of star stuff.” Today, we are going to discuss why that phrase is 100% true. This lecture, we will discuss a brief history of our…

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ECS 120 0:3.5 equivalence relations (discrete math review)

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Career Development Week_Authenticity Bringing Your Whole Self to Work Nov2022

Authenticity is being yourself without covering or hiding elements of you. In this session you will be given time to process in a variety of ways to think through how people and situations…

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SITT 2022: The Collaborative Syllabus by HJ Hether

The Collaborative Syllabus: Unmuting Students by Inviting them into Course Design In collaborative syllabus-building the term begins with an unfinished syllabus in which students are invited to…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 17 (9T): Counting 2

Lecture 2022-03-01. Review of counting principles. Then, another day of examples, these leading to probability calculations.

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 9 (5T): Relations and Functions 1

ECS-020 Lecture 2022-02-01. Reviewing definitions. Equivalence relations and the idea that they induce partitions. Three ways of conceptualizing integers mod n. Functions. Computing functions that…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 7 (4T): Sets 2

More about sets. Powerset of a set. Cross product of sets. The axiomatic approach to set theory. Languages (sets of strings).

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 6 (3R): Sets 1

NOTE: "Typo" in what I wrote on one slide: R={x: x \not\in x}. Basics of sets. The only basic vocabulary is \in and \emptyset. Defining other relations: union, intersection complement,…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 6 (3R): Sets 1 (full)

Basics of sets. The only basic vocabulary is \in and \emptyset. Defining other relations: union, intersection complement, set difference, symmetric difference. Identities and their proofs, including…

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ECS 235B Winter Quarter 2022, Lecture 7

Lecture 7, on January 19, 2022 of ECS 235B, Foundations of Computer and Information Security

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Lecture 4 - Plate Tectonics and the Rock Cycle - ESM 120 (Winter 2022)

In this lecture, Professor Lybrand and I are going to take you from Earth’s deepest trenches of the oceans to the tallest mountains – we want to understand Earth across scales from the…

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Lecture 3 - History of Planet Earth - ESM 120 (Winter 2022)

Lecture 3. Carl Sagan once stated, “We’re made of star stuff.” Today, we are going to discuss why that phrase is 100% true. This lecture, we will discuss a brief history of our…

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Phy129A-Class19.mp4

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